What is graphene fiber fabric?
Graphene is a two-dimensional crystal with only one layer of atomic thickness separated from graphite material and composed of carbon atoms. Graphene is currently the thinnest and strongest material in nature. It is 200 times stronger than steel. At the same time, it is very elastic and can stretch up to 20% of its own size. As a new type of nanomaterial with the thinnest, strongest, and strongest electrical and thermal conductivity discovered so far.
Graphene inner warm fiber
Graphene inner warm fiber is composed of biomass graphene and various types of fibers. A new intelligent multi-functional fiber material with low-temperature far-infrared functions that exceeds the international advanced level. It integrates antibacterial, anti-ultraviolet, and anti-static functions. It is known as an “epoch-making revolutionary fiber.”
Graphite Endene warm fiber filaments and short fibers are available in complete specifications. The short fibers can be blended with natural fibers such as cotton, wool, silk and linen, as well as various other fibers such as polyester, acrylic, etc. The filaments can be interwoven with various fibers to prepare yarn fabrics with different functional requirements. . In the textile field, it can be made into underwear, panties, socks, infant clothing, home fabrics, outdoor clothing, etc. The use of graphene inner warm fibers is not limited to the field of clothing, but can also be used in vehicle interiors, beauty and medical hygiene materials, friction materials, filter materials, etc.
Functionality of graphene fabric
Low-temperature far-infrared performance: The inner-warming fiber compounded with biomass graphene strengthens the inherent hygroscopicity and breathability of viscose fiber, making the fabric smooth, soft, smooth to the touch, and resistant to fading; At the same time, it perfectly embodies the efficacy of biomass graphene. The most obvious is the enhanced far-infrared efficacy of body temperature, that is, at a low temperature of 20~35°C, it is effective for (6~14)
The absorption rate of far infrared light at μm wavelength reaches more than 88%. The powerful body temperature far-infrared function of the inner-warming fiber fabric helps to accelerate the surface temperature of the skin, expand the capillaries, improve the body’s microcirculation, strengthen the metabolism between various tissues, clear the meridians, improve immunity, and achieve the health care effect of the human body.
Antibacterial and antibacterial properties: Various types of bacteria adhere to graphene cotton and silk fabrics, and graphene passes through the sharp boundaries Cutting the cell membrane, superoxide ions then mediate oxidative stress, ultimately leading to bacterial death. At the same time, graphene not only destroys bacterial cell membranes through contact cutting, but also directly extracts phospholipid molecules on the cell membrane on a large scale to destroy the cell membrane and kill bacteria. Graphene shows excellent antibacterial properties when interacting with bacteria, and only shows weak cytotoxicity when interacting with cells or organisms, indicating that graphene is a nanomaterial with both antibacterial properties and good biocompatibility. It has good application potential in biomedical textiles.
Anti-static and anti-electromagnetic properties: The conductivity of graphene is 1×10⁶
S/m, it is a good conductive material. Graphene has high electron mobility. The electron mobility in the graphene plane can reach 1.5×10⁵
cm/(V·s), which is 100 times higher than the electron mobility of the current best silicon material. Therefore, adding graphene to the inside of the fiber will improve the anti-static properties of the fiber material.. The addition of graphene can reduce the surface resistivity of the fiber, quickly leak the generated electrostatic charge, and at the same time give the material a certain degree of lubricity, reduce the friction factor, thereby inhibiting and reducing the generation of electrostatic charge.
Washing resistance, moisture absorption and moisture conduction properties: Graphene is a two-dimensional periodic honeycomb lattice structure composed of carbon six-membered rings. , it can be warped into zero-dimensional fullerene, rolled into one-dimensional carbon nanotubes or stacked into three-dimensional graphite. Because it has a two-dimensional space, it has a particularly strong ability to absorb water. At the same time, a powerful effect is achieved by adding biomass graphene to the masterbatch, so it can be worn for a long time and washed multiple times without deterioration in performance.